Pseudo web service using xmlHTTP

This article delves into the mysterious xmlHTTP object and the supporting ASP code. I've got to tell you that I really love using this object. Basically what I like about it is that through xmlHTTP you can expose some or all methods of any ActiveX class to the client-side user. What this means is you are giving the user the capability of calling your back-end Active X controls. And the best part of it all is that the entire communication process takes place behind the scenes!

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